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UK charts: Metroid Prime Remastered enters at No.2

Samus in Metroid Prime Remastered for Switch

The latest physical video game software charts from the largest gaming market in Europe, the United Kingdom, has arrived, and there’s no dethroning Hogwarts Legacy at this moment in time. The physical edition of Metroid Prime Remastered entered the charts this week at No.2. Games Industry reports that Metroid Prime Remastered missed out on the coveted No.1 spot by 1,000 units. Here’s the GfK UK Boxed Top Ten for the week ending 4th March, 2023:

“[Metroid Prime Remastered] is the fourth biggest physical Metroid game launch of all time, and sales of this boxed version are only 45% lower than what the original managed to do back in 2002.¬†Metroid Prime Remastered is the second biggest physical release of the year so far, ahead of the Dead Space remake and Fire Emblem Engage.”

Games Industry
Last WeekThis WeekTitle
11Hogwarts Legacy
New Entry2Metroid Prime Remastered
23FIFA 23
44God of War: Ragnarok
55Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
36Kirby’s Return To Dream Land Deluxe
97Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
NEW8Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty
109Minecraft: Switch Edition
1210Grand Theft Auto 5


6 thoughts on “UK charts: Metroid Prime Remastered enters at No.2”

  1. Wo Long Fallen Dynasty the 1st boss “Zhang Liang” is by far the most difficult 1st boss I’ve ever gone vs in any game. Already watched YouTube tutorials and tried like 25 times with no luck.

    1. Yeah, his second form was rather brutal, but the other bosses aren’t so bad in my opinion (so far)

      First phase just keep relentlessly attacking him and try a few parries, second phase, attack when you have a chance, but keep some form of distance between you and boss (I used the Polearm Podao) and just parry and then spirit attack.

  2. ||Metroid Prime Remastered>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Hogwarts Legacy and any other game including Kirby, period…||

    1. I got my copy a few weeks back, but I haven’t gotten a chance to play it. I’ve been playing Tales of Symphonia and Digimon survive (after seriously boycotting it for being a visual novel) holy $h!+ Is it good though. I can’t believe I was about to pass up on it.

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